View of Manilla from the Environ!.
I Determine not again to Separate from my SonaI take him to ManillaaThe Effects of the Wound I received among the AjetasaMy RecoveryaKindness of the Spanish and other Inhabitants of ManillaaIllness of my SonaI return with him to Jala-JalaaSorrowful RemembrancesaThe Death of my poor Boya His IntermentaMy frantic Grief and DespairaI Determine to Quit the PhilippinesaI am Called to Manilla by Madame Dolores SenerisaMy Final Departure from Jala-JalaaI Arrive at Manilla, where I resume Practice as a SurgeonaI Embark for FranceaDiscontentaMy Travels through Europea I Marry againaDeath of my Mother and my Second WifeaConclusion.
TTAVING now concluded my last trip into the interior of the Philippines, I was desirous of not separating myself again from my son, the only being that remained to me of all those whom I had loved so tenderly. I took him with me to Manilla ; but I did not altogether bid farewell to Jala-Jala, yet I had almost the intention of never going back to it.
The journey was as agreeable as my melancholy recollectionsThe journey was as agreeable as my melancholy recollections